Heritage Trail Vineyards

(860) 376-0659 N 291 Burnham Hwy
Lisbon, CT 06351
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The owners of Heritage Trail Vineyard, Winery and Farm choose to grow agricultural products and produce goods derived from agricultural production and aquaculture developed, grown and raised on the property and nearby farms that enhance the quality of life using methods that have the least amount of negative impact on the environment. – Description from Alejandro

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  • Chardonnay

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  • Heritage Trail Vineyards Cabernet Franc Rouge NV


    A deep garnet color, this is a medium-bodied wine with a soft nose with nice notes of cherry. In the mouth, cherry is again the predominant note with a pleasant vanilla finish from the oak. Read More

    Wine review by MTB

  • Heritage Trail Red Blend Rochambeau Red NV


    A blend of Villard Noir, Chambourcin, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon fermented in stainless steel for 20 days and then transferred to aged French Oak before being racked in American oak. The result is a lighter-bodied table wine with soft notes of cherry and dark berries and pleasant notes of toast on the finish. Read More

    Wine review by MTB

  • Heritage Trail Vineyards Shetucket Red Rouge NV


    A blend of Rubiana grape with a bit of Merlot, this was a surprisingly pleasant drinkable table wine. Garnet colored, the nose is lovely with rich cherry notes and that sea-air tang that I often find in northeastern reds. Aged for one year in French oak, the wine is on the light side of medium-bodied with subtle notes of cherry and light spice... Read More

    Wine review by MTB


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